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[texts][Logbook of the Navarch (Steam bark) out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Joseph Whiteside, kept by Thomas Birnbaum on voyage 2 Mar. 1897-14 Oct. 1897] - Navarch (Steam bark); Birnbaum, Thomas, logkeeper
Log, kept by Thomas Birnbaum, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; 1897 Mar. 2-1897 Oct. 14; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents at sea, arctic disaster, and ship frozen in with some crew leaving and later returning; and crew list. Other places represented include Unalaska, St. Lawrence Island, and Cape Prince of Wales; Repository also has microfilm of the Log (Reel 257); Whaling vessel, out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Joseph Whiteside, on voy...
Keywords: Lewis, William L., 1834-1904; Whiteside, Jos. (Joseph); Ice--Arctic regions; Marine accidents; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel; Crew lists; Illustrations; Logbooks; Whiteside, Jos. (Joseph); Ice--Arctic regions; Marine accidents; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel; Crew lists; Illustrations; Logbooks
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[texts][Logbook of the Seneca (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Edmund Kelley, kept and signed by first mate George Duffy, on voyage October 16, 1869-September 14, 1871] - Seneca (Bark)
Log/journal, kept and signed by first mate George Duffy, relating to whaling voyages to the Okhotsk Sea and the Arctic, Pacific, and Atlantic Oceans; 1869 Oct. 16-1871 Sept. 14; Includes detailed description of the loss and abandonment of this and 32 other ships and the rescue of about 1200 persons without a loss of life. Also includes descriptions of types of whales or walrusses seen, accidents at sea, shipwrecks, women and children on ships, indigenous peoples, punishment on ship, and rescues,...
Keywords: Kelley, Edmund; Loum Snow & Son (New Bedford, Mass.); Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Seafaring life; Ships, Abandoning of; Shipwrecks; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Whales; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Hawaii--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Crew lists; Journals (accounts); Logbooks; Loum Snow
Downloads: 79
[texts][Logbook of the Herman (Steam bark), of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 22 Mar. 1911-10 Nov. 1911] - Herman (Steam bark); Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific and Arctic Oceans; 1911 Mar. 22-1911 Nov. 9; Includes descriptions of types of seals, walrus, polar bear, and whitefish seen or taken (whales were caught but not identified), and indigenous people; and whale stamps. Other places represented include Unalaska, Cape Prince of Wales, Port Clarence, Nome, Bering Island, Point
Keywords: H. Liebes & Company; Indigenous people; Polar bear; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Whitefishes; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Bering Island (Russia)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Nome (Alaska)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel:Illustrations; Logbooks
Downloads: 42
[texts][Logbook of the Cleone (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John E. Simmons and Daniel D. Wood (starting homebound on 28 Dec. 1861), on voyage from 4 Oct. 1858-3 Aug. 1862] - Cleone (Bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, and Okhotsk Sea; 1858 Oct. 4-1862 Aug. 3; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, ships spoken to, indigenous people, crew members illnesses including scurvy and tuberculosis, accidents and death at sea, punishment on ship, ship stuck in Arctic ice, rescues, and C
Keywords: Kehew, John; Maxfield, Edmund; Simmons, John E., shipmaster; Wood, Daniel D; Ice--Arctic regions; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Scurvy; Seafaring life; Ship captains' spouses; Tuberculosis; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whalers (Persons)--Health and hygiene; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts; New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Tonga--Description and travel; Accounts; Advertisements; Crew lists; Drawings; Inventories; Logbooks
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